New Hampshire Football Report

Ravens can’t keep pace with SCSU

NEW HAVEN, Conn. – Franklin Pierce University football freshman quarterback Drew Campanale (Shrewsbury, Mass.) threw for a career-high 307 yards, three touchdowns and added 72 yards rushing as the Ravens put up their second-highest point total of the season in a 55-27 setback to Northeast-10 Conference opponent Southern Connecticut State University Saturday afternoon on Jess Dow Field.


The loss was the fourth of the year for Pierce (1-4, 0-3 NE-10) while the Owls (1-4, 1-2 NE-10) earned their first victory of the season.

Campanale completed 21-of-43 attempts for a contest-best 307 yards and three touchdowns. His long completion was a 63-yard touchdown to junior wide receiver Lo Jackson Jr. (Columbia, S.C.). Campanale tacked on 72 yards on the ground off 14 carries with his long gain of 51 yards coming off the first play from scrimmage in the second half.

Jackson Jr. also produced a career effort hauling in five passes for a game-high 135 yards (27.0 avg.) and two scores. The receptions, yards, and touchdowns were all new single-game personal-bests for the junior. On the defensive side, freshman defensive back Brice Brown (Los Angeles, Calif.) tallied seven tackles and one pass breakup. Senior linebacker Will Petit (Houston, Texas) and junior lineman Reasean Fenton (Bronx, N.Y.) each recorded sacks.

For the hosts, freshman quarterback Jackson Ostrowsky totaled 267 yards passing and two touchdowns. The Owls rushing attack was potent as they compiled 185 yards on the ground compared to the Ravens 96. Sophomore running back Jonmichael Bivona took 15 carries and turned it into 70 yards and three touchdowns.


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